Our community is one of extraordinary natural beauty and serenity. Whether you are considering a new build or architectural/landscaping improvements to an existing home, we look forward to working with you. The Architectural Committee works closely with the Board of Directors (the “Board”) to preserve and enhance the beauty and value of our community and to welcome owners, builders, and realtors to promote a positive and cooperative building experience pursuant to the Architectural Guidelines.
In accordance with the “By-Laws” of the Homes at Deep Creek Highlands POA, the Articles of Incorporation, the Declaration CC&Rs, the Architectural Guidelines (“Guidelines”), the Rules and Regulation with Schedules of Fines, the Architectural Committee (“AC”) is responsible for approving all plans, specifications, site plans and improvements before the commencement of any construction within the POA. The Guidelines regulate the AC’s actions regarding construction and exterior improvements in the Deep Creek Highlands POA Subdivision (“Subdivision”). The Guidelines govern the design and construction of all homes, as well as the design and construction of all exterior improvements, in all Subdivision areas. The POA will enforce the Guidelines to the maximum extent necessary to advance the interests of the POA. Before submitting plans to build a new home review the Architectural Guidelines for Approval to Build a New Home.
Below are the links to the Architectural Ticket System to request approval:
EXISTING HOME OR OVERLOOK VILLA TOWNHOUSE
BEFORE making any changes to the exterior of your home/townhouse or your property please submit an Architectural Approval for Existing Home or Overlook Villa Townhouse. This includes, but is not limited to:
- Painting Overlook Villas
- Painting Homes and Cabins in Gated Area
- Tree removal
- Outdoor Lighting
- Building Additions
Adding any structure- i.e. shed, fire pit, pathway, fence, trailer, wall,etc.
BEFORE making any changes to your property, specifically, cutting and removing trees, you must obtain ARCHITECTURAL APPROVAL for your new home by submitting an Architectural Approval Form. If trees are cut prior to approval, the property owner will be subjected to the violation of Article 8- Restrictions on Lots, Section 8.2 Cutting Of Trees in the Deep Creek Highlands Property Owners Declaration of Covenants, Conditions and Restriction. Fine $1000/tree.